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Open cup bra - do they exist
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The inherent problem is that I need a 40 bra, but am only an "A" cup (so far). It's virtually impossible to find a 40A bra that isn't heavily padded. So I'm looking for a true open cup or cupless bra with underwire support in size 40. Does anyone have an idea where to look as my internet search isn't working out?
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#2
Search Google for "open cup bra". There are many results but most of them seem to be fashion bras which simply go by small, medium and large sizes. I found some real ones but they only went up to a 38.

You can also try searching for "quarter cup bra".
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#3
Consider quarter-cup bras instead of open cup.
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#4
Another name for them is "shelf bra". I did a search for that in Google images and eBay and found a lot of things. Because of it's excellent search system EBay can be a great place to find things like this if you learn to be a careful shopper and avoid problem sellers. Also, I avoid the many listings from sellers that come directly from China. I've found those often take a long time to ship and have gotten defective merchandise that way. I'm in the US and sellers inside the country have to be more careful, I think.
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#5
I've had good experiences with herroom.com, but I see what you mean about 40A bra selection... pretty poor!

I had an underwire that I didn't like, so I cut the cups out of it... still did't like it, but it gave a nice preview Smile

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(20-12-2014, 11:37 PM)jamixoxo Wrote: I've had good experiences with herroom.com, but I see what you mean about 40A bra selection... pretty poor!

I had an underwire that I didn't like, so I cut the cups out of it... still did't like it, but it gave a nice preview Smile
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I'm kind of thinking the same thing - about cutting the fabric out. At a "40" the A cup takes a lot to fill it Angry
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(19-12-2014, 04:19 PM)maturemetalsub Wrote: The inherent problem is that I need a 40 bra, but am only an "A" cup (so far). It's virtually impossible to find a 40A bra that isn't heavily padded. So I'm looking for a true open cup or cupless bra with underwire support in size 40. Does anyone have an idea where to look as my internet search isn't working out?


I had never owned a bra before and I wanted one to wear to project my breasts during my nipple orgasm sessions. I looked long and hard online for open cup bras and had a hard time deciding. What I bought was I guess what is called a quarter-cup bra from Lingerie Diva, which has a huge selection.

When I wear it as it was designed to be worn it covers my nipples, but I always fold that part back under the wire and this fully exposes and accentuates my breasts. I love this bra! Here's a picture: http://www.breastnexus.com/attachment.php?aid=8485
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When I wear it as it was designed to be worn it covers my nipples, but I always fold that part back under the wire and this fully exposes and accentuates my breasts. I love this bra! Here's a picture: http://www.breastnexus.com/attachment.php?aid=8485
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(21-12-2014, 04:22 PM)maturemetalsub Wrote:
(20-12-2014, 11:37 PM)jamixoxo Wrote: I've had good experiences with herroom.com, but I see what you mean about 40A bra selection... pretty poor!

I had an underwire that I didn't like, so I cut the cups out of it... still did't like it, but it gave a nice preview Smile
-j


I'm kind of thinking the same thing - about cutting the fabric out. At a "40" the A cup takes a lot to fill it Angry


Yeah cup to band sizes will be a sore spot, period.

The cup volume of a 40A = 38B = 36C = 34D = 32DD. Even if the tissue volume is the same (which it's not) the it's going to spread out more as the band goes up.

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#10
@maturemetalsub ~

Many girls these days don't wear a bra unless there is some functional need (such as requiring the support) or a fashion need (to get the look you want). I'm a 38-B, and most of the time don't have any practical need to wear one. I only do so when the clothes i wanna wear would look better with one. Often a cami or tank top will do the trick. My choice is often dictated simply by whether i want nipples to be noticed or not.
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